Poem by Trudi Lee Richards – read by the author.
Michael Cameron Show Notes – Episode 4: How to Keep Smiling in Times Like These… an interview with Michael Cameron of the Eastlake Hall of Silo’s Message in Oakland, California What if you’re just starting out in life and everything
Show Notes – Episode #3: A Talk between Aspiring Immortals What happens when two quite mortal humans launch themselves out into the void to talk about Life and her Special Child, our good friend Death? To find out, tune into
Yesterday death knocked at my door. Not our front door, but the door to my own room. That close. Luckily I took a look at the last second and saw the car already beside me, so I moved the steering
Show Notes – Episode #2: On Pretending – plus a bit more on Rebelling Against Death… Pretending… any serious actor will agree that it’s a fine art. Yet hardly anyone but little children takes it seriously. For most of us, our
with Trudi Lee Richards Show Notes – Episode #1: A Back Door to Transcendence How I got myself into this… I’ve always been a ham, always loved to read my poems and stories aloud to as many spellbound
“We do not die…!” This was what, in astonished recognition, I told myself one day more than twenty years ago, when I stumbled without warning into the Place Where We Do Not Die. I do not know how I got
When social and economic models fail, we have to look for different ones. The best models are those that are based on life itself. Humanity is not the digestive system of the social body. It is not only excessive consumption.
Respect needs to be redefined. Until now it has been a hierarchical, objectal and abstract respect. Respect for elders, for institutions, things, laws, etc. Largely a forced respect. It is necessary a respect for people, for human beings, for everything
The world of objects, the objectal world, is meaningful for the human being when it furthers human wellbeing and human evolution. If the objectal world helps human beings in their growing happiness and their development, it is a beloved world,